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Had green stools in baby. Why does urination pain? Is it normal?

HI DOCTOR........ MY 16 MONTH BABY WAS SUFFERING FROM LOOSE MOTION, (WITH GREEN STOOLS 10 TIMES A DAY). IST DOCTOR GAVE HIM OFLOXA + ORNIDAZOLE & WALAMYCIN WITH SPORLAC POWDER FOR 4 DAYS & THEN AGAIN REPEAT FOR 5 DAYS......BUT BABY WAS STILL PASSING GREEN STOOLS 4 TO 5 TIMES A DAY... THEN I START HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINE.. AFTER 6 DAYS, TODAY HE PASSES ONE STOOL (MIX GREEN) BUT HE PASSES URINE WITH VERY PAIN....& SOME BLOOD ALSO IN HIS URINE...... MY DOCTOR PRESCRIBED NORFLOXACIN + METRONIDA & ZINC ACETATE WITH SPORLAC POWDER.... ANTIBIOTICS AGAIN & AGAIN.... IS IT S A NORMAL PROBLEM... & RIGHT TREATMENT.... PLS..HELP ME
Asked On : Fri, 12 Oct 2012
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Hi,

Thanks for writing to health care magic.

First your baby should be properly investigated for the cause of painful urination and blood in the urine. There are lot of causes for blood in urine. A antibiotic course may treat a infection but is not going to adress the basic cause. Intial investigations like urine routine examination, urine culture and sensitivity, ultrasound examination should be done to arrive at a diagnosis. Greeen color of the stool may not be of any significance. Whenever there is increased bowel motility there could be green colored stool.
Continue to ask further queries as required.
Hope this helps.
Take care.

Dr Y V Siva Sankara Murty,
M.D.(Pediatrics)
Associate Professor,
Pediatrics.
Answered: Sat, 26 Oct 2013
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